As an essential service KCL Roofing & Guttering remains open during lockdown.
With more than 30 years' experience KCL Roofing & Guttering continues to operate. Director Seamus Casey acknowledges that issues are inevitable, especially during spells of inclement weather.
"If we can and when we can we will try to rectify those problems," he says.
"We have had bad spells of weather which can lead to roof repairs - sometimes it can be quiet, but then it will be exceptionally busy.
For those needing damage fixed KCL Roofing & Guttering will oblige.
"Since the second lockdown the guidelines implemented have been stricter and we have been dealing with essential calls," he explains.
"It is your responsibility as a business owner to deem what is essential and you must take everything into consideration."The landscape has changed dramatically for every business and KCL Roofing & Guttering has adapted.
"Before aesthetic works would be carried out more frequently, but now at the moment we are just doing essential works," Mr Casey states.
"People might have to move out to get a job done so that hasn't been possible for a while.
"Since the beginning of last year we were doing way better than expected, but it has been tougher since the new lockdown."
KCL Roofing and Guttering is also quoting for non essential works based on pictures and through zoom meetings. Appointments can also be made for non essential works when restrictions are lifted.